Try starting them with "-no-remote" and "-P ".
As an American Felon, you don't get to serve on juries. They'll still make you come in to tell you that though. You don't get paid for that but you do have to miss work.
Oh well, still better than the nullified civil rights thing.
Freedom *is* the ability to do things. A phone that I can compile a kernel module for lets me do a lot more things than one where I may purchase pre-approved entertainment centric apps.
1700s: "Give me freedom or give me death!"
2000s: "Give me freedom or... oooh, is that an iPhone?"
This could actually work.
Don't forget that C++ is a proper super-set of C. That would mean you'd have to write libc itself too and in the process learn a bit about system calls.
Might even be the fastest way if you are good enough. See you in 5-50 years.
geeqie is what it's called under the new Author. Crappy name but it really is the best gtk image viewer.
I certainly meant no disparagement. The OP implied that if you were even 10% below average intelligence, you could never pass a Calculus class. I think the deal with calc is that it's pretty hard to teach but once you understand it, it can seem fundamental and simple.
I'm not sure if there are different kinds of intelligence. I'd like to think that the human mind is at least equivalent to (and likely a super set of) a Turing machine. Then the difference would really be one of inclination. People excel at what they are actually interested in. I probably couldn't pass a Business class to save my life.
I think you greatly overestimate the difficulty of Calculus.
Not all felons have caused actual damage to society. Felonies are handed out to enemies of the state as a way of labeling them, keeping them out of the middle class no matter how hard they work. People are denied lawyers. Cops and other witnesses sometimes lie.
Or would you rather believe that we have 1/4 of the world's prison population because Americans are just more likely to be criminals?
Filler texts contained hearin contain no meaning even though they fit a certain grammar.
Stallman is once again unpopular but correct.
...I prefer thinkpads anyway.